Pumkin Chunkin Palooza Saturday September 30th

Dated: September 22 2017

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Lake of the Ozarks Family-Friendly Fall Event!


We promise you fun from start to finish with hourly pumkin chunkin exhibitions. That's right; Our crew has meticulously crafted a trebuchet that will be hurling unsuspecting pumpkins to their demise every hour on the hour complete with a pipe and drum band adding to the dramatic effect of every launch. This year the event will host it's first Pumkin Chunkin' Competition! Now don't get the wrong idea; we have nothing against those beautiful orange gourds we will be celebrating their awesomeness with a "Largest Pumpkin Contest" and a"Best Decorated Contest" complete with awesome prizes. Enjoy this and more complete with great MO micro brews and MO wines and tantalizing foods as u browse through all MO artisans and crafters. Throughout the day the stage will great live music all day. Did we mention this is a family friendly event? Lots for the young ones to enjoy from bounce houses, corn pits, hay rides, pony rides, face painting and games upon games. Plenty to keep everyone entertained; so grab your friends and family and spend the day at the Pumkin Chunkin Palooza soon to become your families tradition!

Admission Prices

Adults (13 and older) – $8
Children 5 to 12 – $5
Children Under 5 – Free
Family Pass – $20

Ozarks Amphitheater
2629 MO Hwy 5
Camdenton Missouri 65020

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